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made energy this this instance. without it, foreign control energy companies could develop this american energy resource and the royalty payments to mexico would still be undisclosed and kept private. but the net result would be americans would lose out on this energy potential. the natural resources committee and mr. duncan have worked hard to advance this bill and get it signed into law, it's important to american energy, to american jobs, and american energy security. and it is important to supporting trade with our neighbor to the south, mexico. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the chair recognizes the gentleman from oregon. mr. defazio: mr. chairman, we could have done this bill as a suspension two days ago, that is, it probably could pass the house by unanimous consent which is very rare if this provision hadn't been added. there is consensus on both sides of the aisle that it's critical we move forward with this agreement to wecks -- with mexico to deal with shared resources in the western gulf of mexico. however, the
because as admiral mullen said, there can be no national security without energy security. let me repeat that. there can be no national security without energy security. let's open up these offshore areas that we have, re-- that we have resources under and let's produce american energy here at home, putting americans to work to provide for our energy needs. i specifically rise to talk about h.r. 1613 which implements the obama administration's own agreement, an agreement signed in cabo by secretary clinton and foreign minister espinoza from mexico say, there are resources under that shared boundary in the gulf of mexico, the boundary shared by the united states and the country of mexico. resources that can be explored and produced to meet our energy needs here at home working with our southern neighbor, mexico, to share those resources and share the revenues and let's do it the right way, let's do it with american safety standards, american environmental standards that currently apply to american energy companies producing in the gulf of mexico. let's require mexican companies to
clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-rich organization. we're out there rebuilding the water system. we've budget working on power generation in the country. we've been doing sewer for the city. we're looking at a brand-new rebuild of all watt systems in san francisco and we haven't had a home that's been other than mental. >> they staff over 900 people. the puc is in two office locations. >> you know, this is such a great place for a building. if the puc owned that building and we could make that the icon i can sustainable building puc represents, wouldn't be a dramatic idea? >> so, one of the major decisions we made was we wanted to make a statement with this building. we wanted this building to be a lead platinum building which is very few build
that. lori: speaking of energy, let's drill down on oil. phil flynn joins us from the pits of the cme. gold is down today. >> i tell you what, though more we get closer to tapering, though more people want to dump that gold market. all lowering their gold forecast today. gold is not down as you may think. it is struggling. we are only down $1.30. the market was up on hopes that they would inject a lot of money into the chinese bank. the bank of china was saying calm down. we will put some liquidity in their. lori: let's talk about that gas. hitting a low. >> you know what, something may turn us around today. hopefully, president obama. if he is going to cross that coal market, the obvious winner should be natural gas. it will be interesting to see if president obama can get this market a boost. lori: that will be interesting. phil flynn of price futures group. always a pleasure. >> thank you. >> stocks are rebounding. has the market actually stabilized or is this temporary? joining us to discuss all of this is paul. thank you for joining us. you said we will see about a 10% correction
, long-term energy strategy to replace those plants and keep electricity flowing in our homes. that's why it's a problem. that's why it's going to hurt the economy. >> jamu? what do you think? >> we do not have to choose been the health of our kids and the health of our economy. we know when we banned leaded fuel and we banned things that were bad for our kids, the toys they were playing with, it didn't kill the plastics any, it didn't kill the oil industry. it sound like what larry has said is he has a bad lack of faith in our american companies to innovate. i don't have that lack of faith. i know that small business owners and the ceos of walmart, ceo of honeywell, they believe in a clean energy economy, that we can fix climate change, protect our environment and have a strong economy. they don't have to be separate. >> well, gary, it's a pretty tepid job market as it is. is something like this really going to stall it? >> it's absolutely going to kill us and it's not going to kill any kids, as jehmu kind of talks about. they've been in no vanovating f hundreds of years. let me read som
on coal is exactly what is needed. war on coal? war on coal ultimately amounts o war on energy and war on american families. and the regulations that president obama announced today are unprecedented, executive actions aimed at punishing industry critical to energy production, particularly the coal industry. these regulations would not pass the united states congress, not the republican house and not even the democratic senate. president obama is trying to accomplish through executive regulations that which he cannot accomplish legislatively or electric toreally. he passed the buck on approving the keystone pipeline. this is a project that would create up to 20,000 jobs and increase domestic energy production, but the project has been delayed on regulatory approval for four years. what strikes me the most about president obama's aggressive actions to say how out of touch he is with the american people. that's why we're here tonight. i remind my constituents all the time that i'm a mom. i'm a mom, my two kids, i'm putting gas in the car. i'm going to the grocery store. i see directly in
guarantees for cleaner fossil fuel energy projects, new fuel economy standards for heavy trucks, and greater cooperation between the u.s. and major economies, including china, india, and brazil. "the washington times" and many of the papers this morning have graphics showing obama's climate to-do list f. you're interested in that, let me show you "the washington times," what they put together. new federal regulations on carbon die ox ice emissions, expanded permits for wind and solar projects on public lands, $8 billion in federal loan guarantees to spur investments in clean air technologies. the story comes as the "baltimore sun" runs on their front page this headline, "sea levels rising faster." a panel urges the state to prepare for a two-foot increase by 2050. and then in politics this morning, "the boston globe," their front-page story, markey keeps party's hold on senate seat. the long-time congressman will now fill the seat left by john kerry when he took on the role of secretary of state. gabrielle gomez, the newcomer, that in the "boston globe" this morning. then also, the senate ye
of the next decade. [applause] georgetown, i unvailedded the strategy for a secure energy future, and thanks to the ingenuity of the businesses, we are starting to produce much more of our own energy. with are building the first nuclear power plants in more than three decades in georgia and south carolina. for the first time in 18 years, america's poised to produce more of our own oil than we buy from other nations, and today we produce more natural gas than anybody else. we're producing energy. these advances have grown our economy, created new jobs, can't be shipped overseas, and, by the way, they helped drive our carbon pollution to the lowest levels in nearly 20 years. since 2006, no country on earth reduced its total carbon pollution by as much as the united states of america. [applause] it's a good start. the reason we're all here in the heat today is because we know we've got more to do. in my state of the union address, i urged congress to come up with a bipartisan, market-based solution to climate change like the one that republican and democratic senators worked on together a few y
team has helped with the bilingual outreach program for energy efficient. our school education program provides outreach programs to public and private schools and helps to teach how to protect nature. regarding energy the san francisco watch program is a public and private program which helps thousands of property owners and we provided support for homeowners this program offers rebates to provide an audit to help the homeowners ruse the use of energy. we have the sf energy map to help the folks learn l about solar. we're experiencing with group discounts through solar at work. regarding our climate program we have aggressive emissions program. we track the city's carbon and multiple programs. we are just about to release our climate action strategies that will talk about transportation and energy where we can see further reductions locally. i want to mention that our environment program is focused on lower emissions. recognizing our climate is changing we'll want to know what the long term and short term focuses are. the last program serve area is green building. the green building p
. energy for about moment. the plan -- the president plans to call for carbon cuts. that is the headline today. we expect the president unveiled a climate change plan. it will likely take a long, global view, reporting by david jackson. what are you getting a sense of so far. what you think about it? >> we have seen in pretty good idea of what he is when to speak this afternoon in georgia. what this discussion has done since my time in the congress is he has attacked fossil fuels with his aim to have an impact on climate change. if it turns out to be right it is went to drive up the cost of energy for folks who could afford it and it is this going to do nothing to solve one of the most enormous problems in our country, and that is jobs. as i understand the outline of his program is basically unilateral economic region to the united states is going to put those burdens on our companies and small businesses, helping consumers to figure out .ow to heat their homes it is not a policy that makes sense for america. i understand why the president is trying to do this with out congress. both sid
the cost of energy for american families, cripple the economy and destroy hundreds of thousands of jobs of people who work in the energy industry. the war on coal is really a war on the american people. mr. speaker, maybe the president is not aware that the coal plant over here on south capitol street heats part of the capitol. is this a way to silence congress? who knows. this is just another day in the administration whose policy is, nothing from below, nothing from below the ground, nothing from below the sea. no oil, no coal, no gas and no jobs. that's the result of this policy. that's why i've introduced the ensuring affordable energy act, my bill would put an end to this back door attempt by this administration to go around congress and circumvent the will of the people. this bill would prohibit any e.p.a. funds from being used to implement the regulation of greenhouse gases. this has passed in the past in the house but has yet to become law. now, let's talk about natural gas. down the street from the white house is another marble bureaucratic palace they call the department of en
. he wants to do away with coal, which is a major supplier of energy in the state of west virginia. he is closing down power plants all over this part of the country. it is not about climate change. is about people trying to force us to lift their way of life instead of our way of life that we have had for hundreds of years. talk a little bit -- are you reaching out your senator politically? are you doing anything on that front? about: i am concerned senator joe mentioned. he says one thing but when it -- totime to the boating all of a sudden he is not who he says he is. host: this is all of twitter -- it was earlier this week on tuesday the president announced his initiative. here is what he had to say. [video clip] >> six years ago the supreme court ruled that greenhouse gases are pollutants covered by that seem -- covered by that same clean air act. required the epa to determine whether they are a threat to our health and welfare. to that the epa determined they are a threat to both our health and welfare. in many different ways, from the air to more common heat waves, and therefore
energy company. i've been with bp for 24 years. i was part of the team that helped deliver on our commitments to the gulf - and i can tell you, safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge safety equipment and technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all our drilling activity, twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. safety is a vital part of bp's commitment to america - and to the nearly 250,000 people who work with us here. we invest more in the u.s. than anywhere else in the world. over fifty-five billion dollars here in the last five years - capitol hill and wall street. our commitment has never been stronger. "that starts with one of the world's most advancedy," distribution systems," "and one of the most efficient trucking networks," "with safe, experienced drivers." "we work directly with manufacturers," "eliminating costly markups," "and buy directly from local farmers in every region of the country." "when you see our low pr
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of economic growth in our country? patriotic energy policy based on u.s. innovation and north american resources. shifting immigration policy to an economic strategy to create and sustain economic growth. heard, a radical transformation so that all children are given the chance to succeed to be able to gain the power of knowledge to access the first rung of the economic ladder. fourth, we need to restore loving and committed family life as organizing principle of the institution in american life. >[applause] most energy, we are the energy resource country in the world. of'sve over 100 years supplies of gas. billions of barrels. we are the source of innovation in the world. the most transformative innovations is the internet was commercialized is the combination of to existing innovations that have around for a while and horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracking. we should be celebrating this have.enal -- and we are choosing not to grow. saying in theare debate, that is for other people and not for us. in parts of new york, there is a huge opportunity exists for the -- ore ration of ec
of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instead of "strength training with patrick willis." come on todd! flap them chicken wings. [ grunts ] well, i travel a lot and umm... [ male announcer ] at visa signature, every upgraded experience comes from listening to our cardholders. visa signature. your idea of what a card should be. >> in sweden, the smoking rate has dropped to the lowest in europe. many experts say smokeless products such as snus are a large factor. they are relatively inexpensive and contain more nicotine than the patch or gum. martin timell tried the patch and gum to stop smoking. but like 90% of smokers who do that each year, he failed. are you open about your snus use? >> yes, of course. >> there's no stigma whatsoever? >> no, none at all. >> tim
sophisticated businesses can't adhere to. now, the white house is dismantling our strategic energy advantage and unilaterally disarming our economy in broad daylight. i quote white house climate advisor daniel straight out of the white house, quote, a war on coal is exactly what's needed, end of quote. mr. speaker, a war on goal is exactly what is not needed. a war on coal is a war on middle-class americans. it's a war on jobs, all kinds of jobs. 's already claimed 5,700 direct kentucky jobs in just a year and a half. the vast majority of those in my economically challenged district. there's no recovery in inez or high-tech bomb, mr. speaker. my families are struggling to get back to work, pay their bills or find salaries comparable to coal mining, and my communities are losing their main employers. this climate plan makes the situation worse, dimming the prospects of reopening the mines even further. moreover, this disastrous climate change plan is a plan for america's economic and security decline. this plan will only lead to higher electric bills and increase dependence on foreign enemy s
] there are many challenges and many opportunities, and i want to lead the effort to launch a clean energy revolution in our country. i want to put steel workers, ironworkers,, and electricians to work building the new backbone for a new energy economy here in the united states and around the world. we can combat climate change and break our dependence on imported oil and create jobs here in massachusetts and abroad -- across our country. we can put people back to work rebuilding our crumbling roads, bridges, tunnels. from coast-to-coast, we can put people to work in every city and town in the commonwealth of massachusetts. we have tos, remember that massachusetts is not just the baystate. we are number one in information technology, number one in biotech, number one in healthcare. we employee 500,000 people in these industries and we must keep innovating to create jobs here in the state of massachusetts. [applause] at the very essence of our innovation strategy, it is our belief that every person every child in the state of massachusetts and across our country should be able to attend the
by the department of energy and i support thuous us chief technology officer todd park who is not the cto, but assistant to the president. >> and i'm peter hirschberg, run publicly a dozen hack-a-thon, [speaker not understood], build apps and explore what's possible. >> i'm chris, the co-founder and ceo of 100-plus and we use data from many different sources to try to help people be more healthy in their daily life. >> hi. [speaker not understood]. we're a mapping and location-based analytics platform. and we are working with open data and trying to see how we can turn data into information, data into knowledge, and the kind of decision products. >> hi, i'm john, ceo of motion loft. we're trying to understand how people move around cities and provide that data to the public to build new tools for public safety. >> hi, i'm [speaker not understood] with code for america. we're a peace core for geeks. we're trying to bring talent from the private second for and government to innovate. we work with dozens of citieses across the country and next year we should be working with san francisco whi
energy. in the world of energy, the holy grail is a power source that's inexpensive and clean with no emissions. many start-ups in silicon valley are working on it. and one of them is bloom energy. they want to put a little power plant in a box literally in your backyard. for nearly a decade, the company had been unusually secretive about its bloom box. but in february 2010, its inventor, k.r. sridhar, invited me to take a look inside his much talked about but never before seen creature. what could this power? >> this could power a u.s. home. average united states home. >> entire house? >> entire house, 24/7, 365. >> something that small? >> the way we make it is in two blocks. this is a european home. the two put together is a u.s. home. >> [chuckling] 'cause we use twice as much energy, is that what you're saying? >> yeah, and this will power four asian homes. >> so four homes in india, your native country. >> absolutely. four to six homes in our country. >> it sounds awfully dazzling. >> it is real. it works. >> he says he knows it works because he originally invented a sim
sweeping new regulations to expand renewable energy and limit pollution from coal fired power plants. one of the people the president listens to on such matters is less subtle, calling for a war on coal. that has republicans and some coal state democrats fired up. we will talk live with west virginia democratic senator joe manchin in a moment. first, the president's new plan. here is chief white house correspondent ed henry. >> reporter: repeatedly wiping sweat from his brow at a sweltering georgetown university, president obama flatly declared the planet is warming and issued a call to arms, unveiling a sweeping climate change plan that bypasses congress, using his executive power to get the environmental protection agency to force tough new regulations on coal fired power plants. >> so the question is not whether we need to act. the overwhelming judgment of science, of chemistry and physics and millions of measurements has put all that to rest. >> reporter: republicans insist the science is not so clear and declare new government red tape will lead to higher energy prices for consumers.
to use his regulatory power to make traditional forms of energy so expensive that there's no option but to use their preferred alternatives. but they understood that if the president wanted to get reelections he would need to delay as many of these regulations until after his election. that's exactly what happened. they were willing to do this because they believed it was that important to elect barack obama, his second term as president as opposed to mitt romney or any of the others who were running. they gave him a pass. they didn't talk about this. as a result he delayed many of the most significant regulations the e.p.a. worked on during the first term until after the election. one was boiler mact. let me explain what mact is. maximum achievable control technology. what it means is -- what is the maximum in terms of something like emissions that can take place where you have the technology to support it. now, this rule sets limits -- this on boiler mact -- on emissions of industrial and commercial boilers that are impossible to meet because technology required by this rule isn't
to stop. >> reporter: mr. obama also called for letting wind and solar energy projects use public lands to generate more power. >> the plan i'm announcing lead to help us double again our energy from wind and sun. today i'm directing the interior department to green light enough private renewable energy capacity on public lands to power more than six million homes by 2020. >> ifill: without announcing a decision, the president singled out the proposed keystone pipeline which would transport crude oil extract fad canadian tar sands to the gulf coast. he said it should only be approved if it doesn't worsen carbon pollution. the overall planned joined the administration's earlier initiatives to curb greenhouse gas emissions from implementing new fuel efficiency standards for american vehicles to the recent agreement with china to reduce hydro fluorocarbons. today's actions would allow the president to side step congress and act by executive order but lawmakers could still try to thwart him. even before the speech, senate minority leader mitch mcconnell took to the senate floor in oppositio
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bottom line. welcome to you. >> thanks for having me. lori: so, coal our biggest source of energy in this couny. how much impact will househos feel if the president starts putting it out othe equation? >> we have modeled what will happen if we start cutti coal out and buy 2020 see unemployment going up by 500,000 above what we would have without this plan in place. typical family of four would lose $1000 per year for the next 15 years so it is really costly. there is a lot of collateral damage when you have a war on coal. lori: the president today outlined his push toward green energy, as you know, and how it may offset some of the pressures created on the economy by cutting back coal. take a listen, and i will get your reaction. speak to the plan i am announcing is to double our energy from wind and sun. today i'm drinking interior dertment to greenlight enough private newable energy capacity on public land to power up more than 6 mlion homes by 2020. we have the look after our future and grow the economy and create jobs. we can do all of that as long as we don'tear the future. l
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economy. china now produces more energy than we do, now produces more coal than we do, and is the orld's leading manufacturer. our economy has grown slowly because we have invested in government rather than in ourselves. he resources that we need. we need a new approach. we need an approach that encourages every person to create wealth and contribute to our growth. to become a nation of builders again, we have to stop picking winners and losers, and focus on expanding opportunities for veryone. we started the foundation by giving more of our kids a chance at a good education. let's empower parents with choices and opportunities to improve access to higher education, job training, so students are ready for tomorrow's job market. we must simply fix our tax code. if we clear out all of these loopholes that make the tax code fair, it is going to be easier to understand. we will be creating more incentives to bring jobs home and keep ideas to resources home, here in america. [applause] we need to expand markets for american made goods. it will help lower prices for consumers, create better
abundance beneath our feet is leading america's march towards energy independence. cramer reveals nat gas players that could fuel the revolution for years to come. >>> regionals outperforming the market this year. with rates rising, investors are betting on more upside to come. but is it time to open the vault? cramer is turning to the technicals when he goes off the charts. all coming up on "mad money." don't miss a second of "mad money." have a question, tweet cramer, #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ [ male announcer ] just when you thought you had experienced performance, a new ride comes along and changes everything. ♪ the 2013 lexus gs, with a dynamically tuned suspension and adjustable drive modes. because the ultimate expression of power is control. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ ma
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address he articulated no such goal for the unemployment rate or g.d.p. an energy policy, including higher taxes, more out-of-control spending and increased government control of our daily lives mr. not promote jobs. it is a war on jobs. american families need job creation. a clean environment, economic certainty and hope for the future generations. today house republicans will vote on an all-of-the-above energy plan that will create jobs, increases access to our energy resources and stimulates a weak economy. it's time for the senate and e president to support our efforts for american families to reach their full potential. in conclusion, god bless our troops and we will never forget september 11 and the global war on terrorism. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from oregon seek recognition? without objection, the gentleman from oregon is recognized for one minute. mr. blumenauer: thank you, mr. speaker. this is a moment us week, the supreme court striking down doma. and on stuse, president obama recommitted his administration t
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hallmark. she also turned her incredible energy to getting it passed in congress. she was finally and justifiably successful in 1996 working across the aisle with leaders like dick army and the chairman of the -- dick armey and bill archer and also supported by president clinton. since that time millions of american children have benefited from their stay-at-home parents and their parents have benefited from senator hutchison's magnificent work to bring some retirement to these wonderful families. i urge my colleagues to vote in renaming the spousal i.r.a., the tax code, the kay bailey hutchison spousal i.r.a. it's an honor much deserved by the one person most responsible for its existans -- existence. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. doggett. the gentleman reserves. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. johnson. mr. johnson: thank you, mr. chairman. i yield two minutes to the gentleman from texas, mr. burgess, a member of the education -- sorry -- energy and commerce committee. the sp
associate with light, positive energy. it's like your subconscious mind saying you can do this. we talked about house earlier and this was the house representing your body. >> great. dr. oz: it's intriguing, you pull together different pieces of the story. i would not normally link them but fundamentally arguing the subconscious is whispering to us. >> yes. dr. oz: to our dream it's we hear it, we can use these tools for weight loss. >> exactly, dr. oz. dr. oz: i can learn. my wife says i can learn. dara, what's your story? >> well, same thing with me. i normally don't dream but then when i got this assignment, i could not believe the wild, crazy, bizarro dreams i had. i was so embarrassed to tell her about it. the first night i dreamt i was in a house but it was another family. it wasn't my family. it was a white family. and it was a baby that needed to be delivered but there was no mom. i had the baby in a clear case, like a suitcase and baby was huge, almost like a toddler size. and i was the only one in a rush to get the baby to the hospital to deliver but baby's head kept popping out
to reach a global climate deal. he also said he would promote the development of renewable energy. >> the plan i'm announcing will help us to double again our energy from wind and sun. today i am directing the interior department to green light enough private renewable energy capacity on public lands to power more than 6 million homes by 2020. [applause] the department of defense, the biggest energy consumer in america, will install three gigawatts of grenoble power on its bases, generating about the same amount of electricity each year as you would get from burning 3 million tons of coal. [applause] because billions of your tax dollars continue to still subsidize some of the most profitable corporations in the history of the world, my budget once again calls for congress to end the tax breaks for big oil companies and invest in the clean energy companies that will fuel our future. >> on tuesday, president obama also addressed the keystone xl pipeline. he said along the pipeline to be built depends on whether it increases net carbon pollution. just how successful he will be on cli
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nation has an abundance of energy resources that would create jobs, promote energy independence and lower prices at the pump. today the president will once again abandon his claim to support an all of the above energy stance and unveil a new plan focused on waging a war on coal with big government regulations destroying jobs. mr. wilson: in contrast, the house republicans will have the best interest of american families at heart when we vote on two key pieces of legislation included in our all of the above energy plan, increasing our offshore production introduced by congressman doc hastings, and lifting the moratorium on drilling, are necessary to provide a more secure future. god bless our troops and we will 9/11.forget congratulations to former secretary of state and his wife for the birth of their son on thursday. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman seek recognition? bland passed away, he was a blues musician. he joined a group of giants including b.b. king he worked for b.b. king and junior parker, and then he went on his own way and became one of the greates
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is sponsoring a new bill expanding offshore energy production seeking to remove government barriers that block production of our u.s. energy resources. obama effectively oppose the offshore drilling moratorium and the plan that keeps 85 percent of the up offshore with its offshore and to expand drilling off the coast of california mccready more than 1 million new american jobs to lower energy prices and growing our economy. joining us is doc hastings also a member of the oversight and government reform committee. welcome above to talk to environmental and irs so what you are sponsoring the white house vote tomorrow, wwat do you think the outcome will be? why should an impasse? >> frankly i believe cahow hit will pass on the bipartisan basis we have done with this issue it haa bipartisan support and i suspect this will to but it recognizes we have tremendous resources under federal control whether offshore or federal land. for us but to use those resources would have an economy growing very slowly slowly, if we can become more energy independent overtime, to create american jobs in the more sec
. today we're within striking distance of achieving energy independence due to this. we must be able to get to the resources that are on federal lands because they are enormous. for instance, anwr in alaska holds 16 billion barrels of oil equivalent. the rocky mountain west holds 1.8 billion barrels of oil equivalent. if we expanded oil and gas production to its full potential in all federal areas, the impact would be astounding. the institute for energy research issued a report based on the most recent government data about these off-limits lands and showed that if we enacted policies that allowed aggressive development of these federal lands, the process would generate 14.1 trillion dollars in economic activity and create 2.5 million jobs and reduce the deficit by $2.7 trillion. if we had -- had we stuck to the principles our founders or particular lated in the "federalist papers" and ratified the 10th amendment we wouldn't be having this conversation because the states would already be in control. what we're trying to do is make sure that doesn't -- the states can go back in contr
it more expensive for traditional energy companies to do business in the united states. of course at the same time, he gives benefits and special breaks to solar and wind power companies, including another 8 billion in loan guarantees. remember how well that worked out last time? can you say solyndra orifice cure -- orifice kerr automotive. who cares if it kills thousands of jobs in the oil and gas industries. at&t least al gore and leo decaprio will be happy. the president is wildly out of touch with the concerns of the american people, gun control, massive amnesty push and now. this these issues don't rank in the top 10 or top 20 of voter concerns but they are on the top of the far left's wish list. folks are saying that the president is now in legacy mode. he did big healthcare, so now he wants big immigration reform and then big climate change action. the president, as usual, well, he wraps up his new plan around protecting the children. this is the same president, of course, who thinks it's just hunky-dory to give half a billion dollars taxpayer money to the biggest killer of
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